maincubes, the Frankfurt-based data centre operator, has announced that it has signed a new scalable finance facility of €1.35 billion. The new debt facility will further accelerate its sustainable growth strategy to become a leading European data centre operator. The €1.35 billion is made up from €685 million committed facilities with a further €350 million uncommitted accordion made up from a consortium of eight banks and one institutional fund.
maincubes is currently in the process of planning and building new data centre facilities, with an emphasis on further scaling operations in Frankfurt and establishing a presence in the rapidly growing Berlin market. maincubes’ tenants include customers from the public sector, national and international enterprises, and service providers that place high value on a sustainable, fail-safe and high-performance digital infrastructure.
Backed by DTCP and Art-Invest Real Estate, maincubes is executing on the next phase of its well-defined growth strategy. The company has continuous support from its investors to realise large-scale projects.
“maincubes is expanding its data centre portfolio with the construction of three new state-of-the-art facilities in Berlin and Frankfurt,” said Oliver Menzel, CEO of maincubes. “These data centres will not only meet the growing demand for data centre services in the region but will also provide our customers with the highest levels of security, reliability and connectivity. We look forward to breaking ground in Berlin, building further facilities in Frankfurt and delivering on our commitment to provide best-in-class and 100% green-power data centre solutions.”Click below to share this article